World Standards Day poster designed by Iranian
This year’s World Standards Day 2017 poster has been designed by an Iranian graphic artist by the name of Reza Rahimian.
Local sources in Oman have reported hearing two consecutive explosions in the Sea of Oman.
An MoU has been signed for the production of new cancer drugs between Zahravi Pharmaceutical Co and Roche Pharmaceuticals of Switzerland in the presence of the Swiss Ambassador in Tehran and the Head of Iran's Food and Drug Administration (IFDA).
In the wake of slanderous remarks made by Michal Kubiak, Captain of the Polish National Volleyball Team where he insulted the Iranians, the Volleyball Federation of Poland in a letter extended apologizes to the Iranian people.
The United States has been at war for much of its history, including the past 17 years straight since the onset of the "War on Terror" that began with Afghanistan—already the country's longest-ever active conflict. While President Donald Trump pledged an "America First" policy designed to cease Washington's "endless wars" he's threatened to start a few ones as well.
President Hassan Rouhani said on Friday that while alien interference in the region and the US illegal sanctions have created troubles for the region, promoting Tehran-Moscow relations are important for regional stability and development.
Iran’s Petroleum Minister has said: “Conditions today are worse that they were during the war. At the time, we had no difficulty in exporting oil and the only problem was Saddam striking our units. We were also able to receive the money for our oil exports. But today, this is a painstaking process and we are unable to export oil in Iran’s name.”
Britain, France and Germany plan a new push to keep Iran in the 2015 nuclear deal despite Tehran’s threat to violate one of its central limits, but they may be nearing the end of the diplomatic road they embarked on more than 15 years ago.
The UK has settled a £1.25bn damages lawsuit brought by Bank Mellat, a prominent Iranian bank, over 2009 British sanctions that prevented the lender from doing business with the UK financial sector because of alleged links to Tehran’s nuclear programme.
The 11th International Handicrafts & Tourism Exhibition opened in Isfahan on Tuesday. Twenty trade delegations from twenty countries, including Spain, China, Malaysia, Kuwait, Pakistan, Cuba, Uzbekistan, Indonesia, Iraq, Russia, Hungary, Austria, Turkey, Germany, Switzerland, and Afghanistan are taking part here.